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Vein Penis Caused Bph
BPH is abbrev of benign prostate hyperplasia, which is a general, confusing, clinical term for men's trouble to void although it is a pathological term to describe microscopic increase in number & size of glandular cells in the prostate, starting as early as age 30. For better use, LUTS is proposed to replace BPH. More? ...Read more
My grany wit BPH grade 2n urinary incontin wit chronic foleys cath.Fa past 2 tyms urine s leakn 4m penis rather via tube whch happens 3days aftr cathn?
Well I think you: Are saying your gradad has BPH and uses foleys to empty his bladder but he is still peeing thru his penis. Well using foleys does not mean you cannot pee thru your penis. But if there is leakage and incontinence this means that you might have to leave the foley in for longer. I would consult the urologist taking care of your grandad. ...Read more
No BPH but low urine flow @ night. Urlgst wants to insert device into penis to look for block. Is that the only next step? Flow only problem at night
Sounds appropriate: Sounds like the urologist wants to get a visual of what might be causing a urinary flow issue. A cystoscopy sounds appropriate, however, you can discuss this with your family doctor or internist, and possibly get another opinion by a second urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sixty yr old man, chronic bph, kidney stone 4 months ago. Burning distal penis, freq urge and painful urination made worse by running and tennis good ?
See a urologist. : Pain at the tip of the penis is usually pain referred from the bladder or bladder neck. Painful urination, increased frequency, and voiding difficulty can come any number of your urologic issues, such as bph, bladder stones, or a urinary tract infection. See a urologist for a full evaluation. When a diagnosis is made, many things can be done to offer significant relief. Good luck. ...Read more
Absolutely: Because of your age, it is best that you consult your parents and regular doctor for close care of your issue. But, if a Urologist and surgeon have evaluated you, you should follow their recommendations. ...Read more
What causes thrombosis of the superficial dorsal vein of the penis? (The main prominent penis vein)
Blocking blood flow: Use of "cock rings" , cords, or other types of devices that block the flow of blood through the vein for a prolonged time is the most probable cause. There are also blood clotting disorders such as anti cardiolipin antibodies that iincrease the risk of clotting. Inflammation from an infection can also cause clotting/thrombosis. ...Read more
Could my thrombosed penis vein cause priapism? It hasn't done so yet in 6 months of it's presence.
Small movable lump midway up penis shaft under vein. Only felt when erect. Rarely causes pain. Hasnt grown. Is this serious? Will it affect my vein?
Need to examine: It is not possible to be sure without examining you, however, what you described is consistent with a sebaceous cyst. It will not cause any harm, but may grow gradually. As and when you can, you should get it removed. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
It appears the foreskin of my penis well not sure what it's called the vein that connects to it tore and caused bleeding any suggestions for I can try?
Go to the doctor: Your question us impossible to answer without a physical examination. There are a hundred possible answers. ...Read more
I've had a thrombosed penis vein for almost 9 months, and no change in it. It causes no obvious problems. Doesn't seem as if it'll go away. Will it?
My 6 month old thrombosed penis vein runs straight along the right side of my penis. It causes no pain or clear problems. Need I be concerned?
Here are some ...: Hi! PaulH, Welcome back and see you have thus far cope with the penile events successfully as described. The substance of care is still the same with time + patience to let you body to continue self-healing and remolding for optimal recovery. How and what may be the "end" point of recovery remains to be seen. Of note, without a direct palpation and look, an accurate Dx is hard to come by... ...Read more
Could the extremely big vein on my penis somehow be a partial cause of my hypersexuality? How much are sexual desire and sexual performance related?
No. No relationship.: There is no link between physiological features of your penis and your level of sexual activity. There is no correlation or link between sexual desire and sexual performance. That being said, it can happen that a loss of sexual performance impacts the desire to have sex. Especially when someone loses the desire to have sex because of lack of performance and resulting poor self esteem or shame. ...Read more
My urologist said my thrombosed penis vein is ok since it causes no pain or erection problems. He didn't see it....I described it to him. Is he right?
Yes: A thrombosed penile vein or lymphatic vessel is almost always self-limiting, benign, and not usually recurrent. Most often related to excessive or prolonged friction related to masturbation or sexual activity. Usually, the thrombosed vessel softens and diminishes with time, but may persist on occasion. No treatment needed unless residual prominent vein is psychologically bothersome. ...Read more
4 months ago I vigorously masturbated for an hour and caused upper penis shaft swelling. Subsided and now have many new penis veins.Is this a concern?
No concern: The prolonged masturbation was an overuse injury and trauma to the penis leading to inflammation, redness, and swelling and, as a result, an apparent venous congestion and visible prominence of veins. These may gradually regress with time depending on degree/frequency of masturbation going forward. Regardless, the presence of these prominent veins do not pose any threat to your health. ...Read more
My thrombosed penis vein will stay forever. Need I be concerned? It causes no clear problems since 5 months.
Vein: Over time, this vein will reduce and fade. ...Read more